Hole three has spacious fairway slopes slightly uphill, with dense bush on the left, light rough on the right and a series of well-placed bunkers to scupper those favouring safe shots.
A large erythrina (coral) three standing to the left of the fairway marks the start of a dogleg left.
The green is protected by bunkers on the front and left and a small dam to the rear. At first glance, the third hole – with its expansive fairway, light rough and large green – has birdie written all over it. However, in a few years Olivewood’s tree-planting programme will add to the difficulty, as well as the beauty of this hole.